かぶきkabuki

noun:

  • kabuki; Japanese classical drama

歌舞伎kabukiha古くfurukuからkarano日本nipponno芸術geijutsuda Kabuki is an old Japanese art.

Kanji definition:

KAうたutaうたuta.u

song; sing

Strokes:
14
Radical:
欠 yawn
SKIP:
1-10-4
UTF:
6b4c
JIS208:
18-46
Hangul:
가 [ga]
Pinyin:
Stroke order:
Example words:
うたuta
song; / classical Japanese poetry (esp. tanka); / modern poetry
歌手かしゅkashu
singer
歌舞伎かぶきkabuki
kabuki; Japanese classical drama
短歌たんかtanka
tanka; 31-mora Japanese poem
歌人かじんkajin
poet (of tanka poems)

BUma.u~ま ma.uまいmai

dance; flit; circle; wheel

Strokes:
15
Radical:
舛 oppose
SKIP:
2-8-7
UTF:
821e
JIS208:
41-81
Hangul:
무 [mu]
Pinyin:
Stroke order:
Example words:
舞台ぶたいbutai
stage (theatre, theater); / scene or setting (e.g. of novel, play, etc.)
歌舞伎かぶきkabuki
kabuki; Japanese classical drama
舞踊ぶようbuyou
dancing; dance
まいmai
dancing; dance
見舞うみまうmimau
to ask after (someone's health); to visit; / to attack; to strike; to meet with misfortune; to suffer an attack

GIKIわざwazaわざおぎwazaogi

deed; skill

Strokes:
6
Radical:
人亻 human
SKIP:
1-2-4
UTF:
4f0e
JIS208:
20-76
Hangul:
기 [gi]
Pinyin:
Stroke order:
Example words:
歌舞伎かぶきkabuki
kabuki; Japanese classical drama
わざwaza
technique; art; skill
伎能ぎのうginou
technical skill; ability; capacity
伎倆ぎりょうgiryou
ability; competency; talent; skill; capacity
伎女ぎじょgijo
woman entertainer; prostitute

Partial results:

かぶききょうげんkabukikyougen

noun:

  • kabuki play; kabuki drama
  • kabuki script
かぶきげきkabukigeki

noun:

  • kabuki play; kabuki drama
かぶきぶようkabukibuyou

noun:

かぶきじゅうはちばんkabukijuuhachiban

noun:

  • repertoire of 18 kabuki plays
かぶきおどりkabukiodori

noun:

  • early kabuki dance
かぶきざkabukiza

noun:

  • kabuki troupe; kabuki theater (theatre)
  • Kabuki-za (theatre in Tokyo)

来月raigetsuno歌舞伎座kabukizano出し物dashimonohaなんnanですかdesuka What is the program of the Kabuki for next month?

かぶきしばいkabukishibai

noun:

  • kabuki play
かぶきしょうこうぐんkabukishoukougun

noun:

  • Kabuki syndrome; Kabuki makeup syndrome - Medicine term
かぶきものkabukimono

noun:

  • dandy; peacock; early-17th-century equivalent of present-day yakuza; Edo-period eccentric who attracted public attention with their eye-catching clothes, peculiar hairstyle, and weird behavior - four character idiom

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